Health / Industry

Why GMO's are the worst of the worst

Posted On: Dec 3, 2021   |   Posted By: Natural News

We are constantly faced with never ending lies from the biotech industry that GMOs are safe to eat. These lies will never end because the purpose of the biotech industry is to make money, make their shareholders happy and not to care about anyone's health.
We know what happened to our servicemen in Viet Nam as well as the Vietnamese that were subjected to the fumes of Agent Orange. Even today, those Viet Nam servicemen are still being treated for their exposure to Agent
Orange and the children of the Vietnamese exposed to Agent Orange are still dealing with their birth defects.
Today, in 2021, the cornfields in the contiguous United
States are being sprayed with 2-4-D, the active ingredient in Agent Orange.
Yet, despite what happened in Viet Nam, just from the fumes, Bayer/Monsanto vehemently says that there is no danger in eating this. They are so full of shit their back teeth are brown.
So, in an effort to once and for all give people a heads up, the following is a comprehensive guide to readily discern...

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